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MAD Greekz

MAD Greekz
Launched September 12, 2008
Owned by Andreas Kouris
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country Greece
Sister channel(s) MAD
NOVA Greece Channel 602
NOVA Cyprus Channel 502

MAD Greekz is a 24-hour Greek cable music channel that launched on September 12, 2008. It is a spin-off channel of MAD TV. It is available exclusively on NOVA and is commercial free.


  • Juke Box - music clips requested by viewers
  • Take 5 - spotlight on a different artist each day, five songs in a row
  • LoveMix - focus on ballads from pop to rock
  • Time Machine - retro show featuring songs from the '90s
  • Late Show - live performances from various artists
  • After Hours - music mix featuring the latest hits
  • Greeklish - Greek artists' adaptation of foreign hits
  • Big Ten - Ten songs in a row from a specific artist or theme
  • First Table Pista - Top hits from artists currently part of the Athens night scene

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